Full Blue Screens of Death (BSOD) Errors List Released By PCFixes.com (Windows7/8/10)

PCFixes.com released a full set of blue screen (BSOD) errors for reference. If your Windows system shows any of these errors, it now means you have a stable reference from which to determine the cause (and solution).

Press Release (ePRNews.com) - BROMBOROUGH, England - Oct 09, 2017 - A new article has been submitted explaining all the bsod errors on windows pc’s. Even with the release of windows 10, these errors have caused major problems, often causing people’s systems to restart, turn off or just act irratically.

Fortunately, with time, windows has matured and become a lot more stable… But it still means that sometimes, you’ll have to resolve any of the potential errors which may arise due to problems deep within the system.

blue screen errors are not errors at all

The big point of the new article by pcfixes.com has been to suggest that bsod errors are not errors, but error messages. The difference is that the blue screen has almost nothing to do with the problem – it’s simply the way to show the error on screen.

The real error you need to be looking at is the stop error code that’s presented on almost every blue screen error. This code is used by microsoft to determine the type of error – its origin (cause) and ultimately the solution.

blue screen “stop” error codes

The blue screen “stop” error codes show with the following messages:

• 0x000000c1: special_pool_detected_memory_corruption
• 0x000000c2: bad_pool_caller
• 0x000000c4: driver_verifier_detected_violation
• 0x000000c5: driver_corrupted_expool
• 0x000000c6: driver_caught_modifying_freed_pool
• 0x000000c7: timer_or_dpc_invalid
• 0x000000c8: irql_unexpected_value
• 0x000000c9: driver_verifier_iomanager_violation
• 0x000000ca: pnp_detected_fatal_error
• 0x000000cb: driver_left_locked_pages_in_process
• 0x000000cc: page_fault_in_freed_special_pool
• 0x000000cd: page_fault_beyond_end_of_allocation
• 0x000000ce: driver_unloaded_without_cancelling_pending_operations
• 0x000000cf: terminal_server_driver_made_incorrect_memory_reference
• 0x000000d0: driver_corrupted_mmpool
• 0x000000d1: driver_irql_not_less_or_equal
• 0x000000d2: bugcode_id_driver
• 0x000000d3: driver_portion_must_be_nonpaged
• 0x000000d4: system_scan_at_raised_irql_caught_improper_driver_unload
• 0x000000d5: driver_page_fault_in_freed_special_pool
• 0x000000d6: driver_page_fault_beyond_end_of_allocation
• xtick 0x000000d7: driver_unmapping_invalid_view
• 0x000000d8: driver_used_excessive_ptes
• 0x000000d9: locked_pages_tracker_corruption
• 0x000000da: system_pte_misuse
• 0x000000db: driver_corrupted_sysptes
• 0x000000dc: driver_invalid_stack_access
• 0x000000de: pool_corruption_in_file_area
• 0x000000df: impersonating_worker_thread
• 0x000000e0: acpi_bios_fatal_error
• 0x000000e1: worker_thread_returned_at_bad_irql
• 0x000000e2: manually_initiated_crash
• 0x000000e3: resource_not_owned
• 0x000000e4: worker_invalid
• 0x000000e6: driver_verifier_dma_violation
• 0x000000e7: invalid_floating_point_state
• 0x000000e8: invalid_cancel_of_file_open
• 0x000000e9: active_ex_worker_thread_termination
• 0x000000ea: thread_stuck_in_device_driver
• 0x000000eb: dirty_mapped_pages_congestion
• 0x000000ec: session_has_valid_special_pool_on_exit
• 0x000000e2: manually_initiated_crash
• 0x000000e3: resource_not_owned
• 0x000000e4: worker_invalid
• 0x000000e6: driver_verifier_dma_violation
• 0x000000e7: invalid_floating_point_state
• 0x000000e8: invalid_cancel_of_file_open
• 0x000000e9: active_ex_worker_thread_termination
• 0x000000ea: thread_stuck_in_device_driver
• 0x000000eb: dirty_mapped_pages_congestion
• 0x000000ec: session_has_valid_special_pool_on_exit
• 0x000000ed: unmountable_boot_volume
• 0x000000ef: critical_process_died
• 0x000000f1: scsi_verifier_detected_violation
• 0x000000f3: disorderly_shutdown
• 0x000000f4: critical_object_termination
• 0x000000f5: fltmgr_file_system
• 0x000000f6: pci_verifier_detected_violation
• 0x000000f7: driver_overran_stack_buffer
• 0x000000f8: ramdisk_boot_initialization_failed
• 0x000000f9: driver_returned_status_reparse_for_volume_open
• 0x000000fa: http_driver_corrupted
• 0x000000fc: attempted_execute_of_noexecute_memory
• 0x000000fd: dirty_nowrite_pages_congestion
• 0x000000fe: bugcode_usb_driver
• 0x000000ff: reserve_queue_overflow
• 0x00000100: loader_block_mismatch
• 0x00000101: clock_watchdog_timeout
• 0x00000103: mup_file_system
• 0x00000104: agp_invalid_access
• 0x00000105: agp_gart_corruption
• 0x00000106: agp_illegally_reprogrammed
• 0x00000108: third_party_file_system_failure
• 0x00000109: critical_structure_corruption
• 0x0000010a: app_tagging_initialization_failed
• 0x0000010c: fsrtl_extra_create_parameter_violation
• 0x0000010d: wdf_violation
• 0x0000010e: video_memory_management_internal
• 0x0000010f: resource_manager_exception_not_handled
• 0x00000111: recursive_nmi
• 0x00000112: msrpc_state_violation
• 0x00000113: video_dxgkrnl_fatal_error
• 0x00000114: video_shadow_driver_fatal_error
• 0x00000115: agp_internal
• 0x00000116: video_tdr_error
• 0x00000117: video_tdr_timeout_detected
• 0x00000119: video_scheduler_internal_error
• 0x0000011a: em_initialization_failure
• 0x0000011b: driver_returned_holding_cancel_lock
• 0x0000011c: attempted_write_to_cm_protected_storage
• 0x0000011d: event_tracing_fatal_error
• 0x00000001: apc_index_mismatch
• 0x00000002: device_queue_not_busy
• 0x00000003: invalid_affinity_set
• 0x00000004: invalid_data_access_trap
• 0x00000005: invalid_process_attach_attempt
• 0x00000006: invalid_process_detach_attempt
• 0x00000007: invalid_software_interrupt
• 0x00000008: irql_not_dispatch_level
• 0x00000009: irql_not_greater_or_equal
• 0x0000000a: irql_not_less_or_equal
• 0x0000000b: no_exception_handling_support
• 0x0000000c: maximum_wait_objects_exceeded
• 0x0000000d: mutex_level_number_violation
• 0x0000000e: no_user_mode_context
• 0x0000000f: spin_lock_already_owned
• 0x00000010: spin_lock_not_owned
• 0x00000011: thread_not_mutex_owner
• 0x00000012: trap_cause_unknown
• 0x00000013: empty_thread_reaper_list
• 0x00000014: create_delete_lock_not_locked

If you have any of these errors, or want to read more about what they mean, you’ll want to check out the article published here:

https://medium.com/pcfixes-com-tech-support-windows-apple…

Source : PCFixes.com - Live 24/7 Tech Support Follow on Google News
CATEGORIES : Personal Computers
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